Men are not objects to covet. Women are not objects to lust after. Men and women are to be viewed through the personal lens of being a brother or a sister. For those readers who are born-again Christians, we have brothers and sisters in the Spiritual Family of God. They are siblings along with us in God’s Church.
“Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can.”
MRE stands for Meals Ready to Eat. Survivalists have adapted military technology and have meals full of calories and nutrients with the only thing needed to add – water. You may or may not have an MRE, but every Christian should be having some degree of fellowship with other Believers. We need each other. Every Day Carry Christians have fellowship with other believers every day, not just on Sunday.
And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. Ephesians 6:4 The house is going up. In the field where the large tree fell, a new home is being built. On our way to school, my children make comments, and we enjoy watchingContinue reading “Building Your Kids”
Not long ago, just down a ways from our church building, a property was cleared of nearly every tree. This flat one acre or so of real estate was cleared and excavated for a new house. After removing 30-40 trees, there was one tree left in this new field. It appeared it was left toContinue reading “The Tree Who Stood Alone”
Continuing the thought of things that can only come from Jesus: The Present of Today. One clever thinker got it right: “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift––that is why it is called the present.” Proverbs 27:1 teaches: Boast not thyself of to morrow; for thou knowest not what a day mayContinue reading “In Search of Contentment, Pt. 6”
Find the Strength of Jesus in You. (vs.13) What an incredible statement: “I can do all things through Christ…” This well-known verse is many times taken out of context or stretched to imply things that it is not truly dealing with. The doing of “all things” is not accomplished by your own power, intellect, ability,Continue reading “In Search of Contentment, Pt. 4”
Materialism is one of the new-era gods of the Western culture. The website becomingminimalist.com reports from various sources the following staggering statistics: “There are 300,000 items in the average American home (LA Times). The average size of the American home has nearly tripled in size over the past 50 years (NPR). And still, 1 out ofContinue reading “In Search of Contentment, Pt. 3”
The Apostle Paul was used of God to write down the Philippians 4:11-19 passage. Included in this letter is part of the experience of Paul’s life. Paul was a missionary during the early church years following the death and resurrection of Jesus. Paul endured tremendous pressure to denounce Christ. He was faced with criticism andContinue reading “In Search of Contentment, Pt. 2”
Not far from Wilton is a yearly event held unlike anything I ever saw growing up in Southern Ohio. The spinning of car tires, squealing of train wheels against steel track, horn of tug boats, and paddle churning of riverboats, now that, I am familiar with, but this was a very new experience for me. Continue reading “In Search of Contentment, Pt. 1”